There has been renewed attention to a substation attack that occurred almost a year ago but remains unsolved. We should not forget that the local grid withstood the attack with nary a blink of the lights, and that power systems are broadly engineered to withstand such incidents. We can make them even more resilient. Distributed generation and microgrids will help.
Observations on Engineered Resiliency to Mitigate Physical Damage to Grid Assets
Posted: 14 Mar 2014
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